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FORTRAN IV - Programming and Computing. James T. Golden.

FORTRAN IV - Programming and Computing.

Prentice-Hall NJ 1965, second printing November 1965; 270 pages, Index, diagrams.
Condition: Very Good overall, cardstock pictorial softcover, 7x10, covers jacketed in clear stiff acetate/plastic with tape along the heel of the spine. Prev. owner's name on endpage & TOC page, otherwise tight binding & clean unmarked pages.
Price: $8.50
Item no. C06252
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College-level introduction to computing and programming in FORTRAN IV, to develop the ability to generate algorithms and as a guide in creating strategies for problem solving on a digital computer; can be used as a self-study text or as a text on programming to supplement a numerical methods course. 'The book will also be useful to those readers who have previous knowledge of FORTRAN but wish to learn its more (recent) features as well as the programming and application of magnetic tapes, disks and drums' (from the Preface)

INCLUDES -- Introduction; The Stored Program Computer; Problem-Oriented Languages; FORTRAN IV - statements, variables, functions, flow charting, preparing for a computer run etc; Answers & Problems at ends of chapters; Subscripted Variables; Input-Output Operations; Subroutines; Complex Numbers, Boolean Algebra, Simulation; Practices and Pitfalls in Computing;

Appendices -- A Dictionary of the Fortran Language; Principal Differences between FORTRAN I, II, IV; Bibliography; Index; WORKED EXAMPLES; FORMAT EXERCISES; Network, monte-carlo integration, errors, regression analysis, PRESTO Language etc.